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Challenge #16: Parsing Out the New-line Character

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Good practice converting to date-time format!

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New at Alteryx - my attempt

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Clever parse syntax- "d/-Mon.-yy" where every character matters.

Remembering to replace with " " did the trick.  Originally I just did the new line "/n" and didn't replace with anything.

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Solution attached

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Hi,

Attached is my solution.

 

Best Regards,

José Andrés.

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My solution!

I usually just use the REGEX_ and DateTime_ functions in a Formula tool but here I used the RegEx and DateTime tools from the Parse palette.

 

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